How can we observe and interpret (the distance between) success and failure from a historical perspective? This question remains a difficult one to (satisfy all with a single) answer...
Conflict in Syria is now in its fifth year and has become the world’s largest humanitarian crisis after the Second World War.
The massive influx of migrants – Arab and African refugees to Europe – is unanimously considered to have triggered this summer the most serious refugee crisis after the Second World War.
The push to take back Ramadi has recently highlighted a litany of convoluted policy and societal sectarian concerns that have created pathways for DAESH to increase their territory and hold new positions.
The conflict and resulting destruction in Syria has been going on since 2011 and no foreseeable end is in sight.
Russia’s recent involvement in Syria led to a telephone conversation between the defence ministers of the US and Russia. During their discussion, they considered how they might avoid an accidental encounter.
In a wake of refugee crisis in Europe and looking for its solutions fear of unknown customs, religions, people with their own culture and way of living, fear and negative perception of foreign regardless whether they are refugees or economic migrant in Europe is on the horizon and is increasing.
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